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Ross-shire man broke court ban on visiting girlfriend's address; sentence deferred at Inverness Sheriff Court for him to be of good behaviour

By Ali Morrison

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One of the court rooms at the Inverness Justice Centre.
One of the court rooms at the Inverness Justice Centre.

A ROSS-SHIRE man who defied a court ban preventing him going to his girlfriend's address had sentence deferred until October 1 for good behaviour.

Ryan Renicks (20) of Westford, Alness, appeared from custody at Inverness Sheriff Court on Wednesday and admitted a breach of bail.

The condition not to enter Birnie Terrace in Inverness was imposed on April 30. Renick's trial was fixed for October 1.

Fiscal depute Robert Weir said that police had gone to Birnie Terrace to investigate a reported disturbance.

"When dealing with that matter, they found Renicks asleep in a cupboard," Mr Weir added.

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